Hello and welcome to our February Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop. This month we are celebrating the different occasions in our lives. So, sit back and enjoy all the great projects from our line up of talented artists.
My first project is a card I made to send to my son and his family for Easter. The card base is Cherry Cobbler. Then, I added a layer of patterned paper from the Love Blooms Designer Series Paper Stack. I love that paper! I cut the rose from Whisper White using the Rose Garden Thinlits Dies. Using Pear Pizzazz ink, I sponged the leaves and sponged Cherry Cobbler over the rose. I glued it onto a layer of Whisper White and added a Pearl Basic Jewel to the center of the rose. The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set and stamped using Crumb Cake ink. The sequins are from the Blushing Bride Sequin Trim. What you can't see in the photo, is the shimmer that is inside the rose and the leaves using a Wink of Stella Brush.
My next project is one of the many birthday cards I make every year. For this one I dug out an old favorite, the Bird Builder Punch. I haven't used it in a long time. The card base is Soft Suede. I cut out an oval from the Ovals Collection Framelits out of Crumb Cake and sponged around the edge with Early Espresso ink. For the leaves, I used Garden Green. The flowers are punched from Marina Mist and Calypso Coral using the flower punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. To the centers, I added Pearl Basic Jewels. The bird is punched out of Night of Navy and Marina Mist with a Pearl Basic Jewel for the eye. The sentiment is from the Sky is the Limit stamp set and stamped using Early Espresso ink.
Next up is the ever talented Christine Giuda, click the image below. She does some fantastic things with paper and ink.
To revisit the great projects from Raquelle Clifton, who is a new addition to our blog hop, click on the image below.
And, you can always go back to the Wacky Watercooler Stamping Blog and start your tour over. Click the image below because you won't want to miss anything!
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